I attended the quarterly East Midlands Legal Information Professionals (EMLIP) meeting at Shoosmiths in Nottingham. We had invited Simon Watson and Dexter Smith from JustCite to give an update and demonstration of their products. I am a huge fan of JustCite, we are subscribers, and I have their API embedded in my law subject page, so I was not expecting to learn much from the demo. How wrong was I …?!
JustCite have made a few useful innovations:- a ‘golden arrow’ highlights the most authoritative law report, and an ‘information icon’ links directly to the Cardiff Index. Also, citations are shown in context, displaying the relevant paragraph from the law report. Dexter also explained that JustCite have a team of legal editors, who add all citation links by hand. They are more selective than automated citation services, and only add those of legal significance.
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